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 Saturday, 7 December, 2002, 12:13 GMT
UK Championship video archive
Ronnie O'Sullivan has won the title three times
Ronnie O'Sullivan won in 1997 and 2001

1997: Ronnie rules the roost

"The Rocket" wins his second UK Championship title with a commanding 10-6 victory over Stephen Hendry.



1998: Scot's first triumph

Scotsman John Higgins wins his first UK Championship beating Matthew Stevens 10-6.



1999: Welsh wizard takes tiltle

Mark Williams beats Stevens 10-8 in a thrilling final which has the audience on the edge of their seats.



2000: Second title for Higgins

Higgins wins the Championship for a second time in three years with a convincing 10-4 victory over defending champion Mark Williams.



2001: Ronnie's hat-trick of titles

O'Sullivan crushes Ireland's Ken Doherty 10-1 in record time to take his third title.




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